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Roobbb, T. A. mil 1 riAftLf hi ilKr ' - t itrttAniii-ift antaan-"; 'w: ' THE FLAG Hughes Points the Way Tho speech of the Republican candi date for president was a keynote speech Indeed. Not ono person In tbo great- audlcnco at tho Carneglo hall meeting was in doubt for ono moment as to Just what ho meant by every thing ho said. His address was comprehensive, logi cal, clear and nil sufficient for tbo oc casion. There can bo no dispute as to this. Plainly Mr. Hughes Is a man who "knows what ho wants when he wants It," and it is tho opinion of po litical authorities who beard him and who have slnco read bis remarks that bo knows also how to get It It was Incumbent upon tho Itepubll can candldato to con0.no tho scopo of bis remarks to tho limitations of the occasion, but his crushing analysis of tho shortcomings of tho present ad ministration of tho government is merely an earnest of what the tone and tho contents of his speeches will ,bo when bo gets on tho stump. .At Carneglo hall Mr. Hughes ad' verted to every general question that Is apt to he a serious Issue In tho cam paign and In language that will he absolutely clear to every man or wo man ablo to read bo stated his opin ions, his convictions and his purposes. On tbo stump ho will nrguo those points in detail. As an orator he is eloquent, his personality attractive, and his marshaling of facts so co hesive that be holds his audience to tho end. nc makes It cosy for them to follow him, and his points are not lost There "was nothing equivocal, noth ing apologetic In the Republican can didate's speech of acceptance. He called a 'spado a spade, and tho unani mous opinion of thoso who heard him was that he shot to the center and rang tho bell. Tho Itepubllcan cam paign is now open, and thoso who will speak and writo and work for tho suc cess of the Itepubllcan ticket can wish for no more adequate campaign docu ment, no moro satisfactory statement of issues than aro found in tho candi date salutatory. DUTY OF THE ADMINISTRA TION TO STOP PLOTS AND . CONSPIRACIES. Wo denounco all plots' and conspiracies in tho Interest of any foreign nation.. Utterly in tolerable Is the uso of our soil for alien intrigues. Every Amer ican must unreservedly con demn them and support every effort for their suppression. But hero also prompt, vigorous and adequate measures on tho part of tho administration were need ed. There should have been no hesitation, no notion that it was wlso and politic to delay. Such nn abuse of our territory de manded immediate and thor oughgoing action. As soon as the administration had notlco of plots and conspiracies it was Its duty to stop them. It was not lacking in resources. Its re sponsibility for their continu ance cannot ho escaped by tbo condemnation of others. From Mr. Hughes' Speech of Accept ance. PROMISE TO REDUCE THE COST OF LIVING NOT KEPT. Our opponents promised to re duco tho cost 'of living. This they have fatlod to do. But thoy did rcdueo tho opportunities of making a living. Let us not for get tho conditions that oxlsted in this country under tho new tariff prior to tho outbreak of tho war. Production had decreased, busi ness was languishing, now enter prises wcro not undertaken, in stead of expansion thoro was curtailment aud our streets wcro filled with the unemployed. What ground Is thero for expecting better conditions when tho un healthy stimulus of the- war has spent Its force and our Industries and worklngmen aro exposed to the competition of an energized Europe? It is plain that wo must have protective upbuilding policies. Mr. Hughes' Speech of Accept ance. 1 A Slay In Cleveland Leader. AND THE MAN, "AMERICA FIRST AND AMER ICA EFFICIENT." Wo come to state In a plain and direct manner our faith, our purpose and our pledge. 'This repYotentatlvo gathering la a happy augury. It means tho etrength of reunion. It means that the party of Lincoln la re atored, alert, effective. It meant the unity of a common percep tion of paramount national needs. It meant that we are neither deceived nor benumbed by abnormal eonditlont. We know that we-are In a Critical period, perhapt more critical than any period tlnce the civil war. We need a dominant tante of national unity, the ex ordia of our beat conttruetlve powers, the vigor and resource fulneaa of a quickened America. We detlre that the Republican party at a great liberty party thill be the agency of national achievement, the organ of the effective exprettlon of dominant Americanism. What do I mean by that? I mean America con telout of power1, awake to obli gation, erect In self respect, pre pared for every emergency, de voted to the (dealt of peace, In stinct with the apirit of human brotherhood, aafeguarding both Individual opportunity and the public Interest, maintaining a well ordered constitutional sys tem adapted to local aelf gov ernment without tho sacrifice of ettentlal national authority, ap preciating the necessity of tta bility, expert knowledge and thorough organization at the In dispensable eonditlont of secu rity and progreta; a country loved by Itt citizens with a pa triotic fervor permitting no divi sion In their allegiance and no rivals In their affection I mean America first and" America effi cient. It It In this spirit that I respond to your summons. From Mr. Hughes' apetch of ac ceptance. WHAT ONE BIG MAN THINKS OF ANOTHER. President W. H. P. Faunce of Brawn university is a pretty live wire who keeps abreatt of the timet, hat keen powert of obser vation and knows a good man when he teet him. Here It what he hat to tay about the Repub lican candidate for the presi dency: "I have known Justice Hughet Intimately aince we wire stu dents together at Brown and have teen him a thoutand timet at work and at play. No man of our generation hae a finer com bination of character and Intel lect. Abtolutely fearlett, unself ish, loyal to American ideals, he la worthy of a natlon'a trust. "All hit friendt know that be hind the dignity of bearing la a rich fund of humor and good fel lowship. Whether he it climbing a mountain, reading novels, play ing with hit children, retitting a political lobby or delivering the opinion of tho aupreme court, he la ever tho tamo rugged, demo cratic, fair minded American. Hla varied experienco haa given him wide horizon and sympa thy with every aspect of Ameri can life. "Ho potsostes two qualltlet rarely found together tho Judi cial temper and the capacity for twlft and retotute action. Un der hit administration the fog which now betett many publio questions would be cleared away. "Hie penetrating mind goes to tho heart of any tubject he t lecte and ttrlpt off the Irrelevant at once. Such a mind la pecul iarly needed amid tho Intricate problem"- that now confront America. "We need mora than good In tentlona. We need clear vision, tound Judgment, atrong will, un hesitating decision. In short, wa need Charlea E. Hughes." lilfi 'iHjitlV r r 1 Here Is a Good Place to Stop For LJtlle Money Louisville Hotel Louisville. Ky. MAIN ST., BETWEEN 6th and 7th THE ONLY HOTEL IN LOUISVILLE OPERATED ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS AMERICAN PLAN (With Me.l.) 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